Michelle Troconis appears before judge in missing New Canaan mother case

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Michelle Troconis, the girlfriend of the estranged husband of a missing New Canaan woman, appeared in court Friday for a hearing in connection to her disappearance.

Troconis and boyfriend Fotis Dulos have been charged with evidence tampering and hindering prosecution in connection to the disappearance of Jennifer Dulos.

The hearing lasted about 30 seconds. Her attorney said he was still going through discovery in the case. She'll return to Stamford court on evidence tampering and hindering prosecution charges Dec 6.

 

 
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Security cameras captured both of them throwing out what appeared to be blood-soaked evidence in trash cans in Hartford.

Jennifer was last seen May 24, and five months have passed since anyone has seen or heard from her.

Police found evidence of a crime scene in her New Canaan home, and items with her blood on them in trash cans in Hartford.

Troconis' last hearing on Oct. 11 lasted less than a minute, and she pleaded not guilty to the latest tampering with evidence charge.

Dulos is back in court Nov. 6.

 

 

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